MotoGP » Lorenzo wins Misano, Rossi second, Pedrosa misery


Jorge Lorenzo wins the San Marino MotoGP at Misano, Valentino Rossi second for Ducati – Alvaro Bautista takes first podium after photo finish.

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porsche996 - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 2:32 PM

Congrats Rossi - bike definately changed direction better, and corner entry & exit looked much quicker this round.
Two more podiums in the last 5 rounds and Rossi will be able to vindicate the season, himself and the bike.

The ducati certainly looked stable and smooth to me!!!!

RossiGOATse - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 2:33 PM

Today's result once again shows that without Casey, Honda are nowhere.

In some ways Pedrosa is fortunate to have been taken out, this has given him more sympathy than finishing third (behind Jorge and Rossi) would have.

Ammar

September 16, 2012 2:36 PM

sad end to the championship fight.....cant believe all things happened togeda

karel piks his hand up...
then pedrosa faces a problem..
then he has to sort out his bike in the sighting lap...
while doing that the safety car goes past...
due to that he starts last
and because of that he has to make up spots..
and then barbera takes him out...

it seems scripted...so many things going wrong togeda....pedrosa cant blame anyone coz it was partially karels fault, then his crews fault, then his fault too(he could have just kept ahead of the safety car), and then barbera's fault....

billox - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 2:37 PM

Well done Jorge Lorenzo, look like Ducati have a good bike for Dovi and Hayden next year, cant wait either them get a win on a Ducati in 2013, that would look bad on Rossi, hahaha

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